Gurgaon, May 18
In a tragic incident, a dust storm last night claimed 13 lives in the Farukhnagar area when a newly built concrete wall of an under-construction warehouse collapsed.
The police has registered a case against Kalpana Infrastructure Private Limited, the firm which was constructing the warehouse.
Searching for life under rubble at Fahrukh Nagar in
Gurgaon on Sunday. — PTI photo
‘Whistle-blower’ done to death Was helping in audit of rural employment works in Jharkhand New Delhi, May 18
This may well be the story of another
Satyendra Dubey. On May 14, Lalit Mehta, a 36-year-old member of the Right to Food and Right to Work campaigns in Jharkhand, was brutally murdered when he was on his way back from Daltonganj to Chhattarpur on his
Suicide bomber kills 13 in Pak Islamabad, May 18
Thirteen people were killed and 22 injured when a suicide bomber blew himself up in a crowded market within the cantonment area in the northwestern Pakistani city of Mardan
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Panchayat Elections Clashes claim 13 lives in Bengal Kolkata, May 18
Thirteen persons were killed and at least 50 were injured in the poll clashes that took place during the third and last phase of panchayat elections, being held in seven districts of North Bengal, here today.
Indian freed in Afghanistan New Delhi, May 18
An Indian national, who was kidnapped by militants in Afghanistan nearly a month ago, was today freed following an operation by the security forces in that country, official sources here said.
companies to sell only premium fuel in big cities Hike in petrol, diesel
prices likely Chandigarh, May 18
The common man residing in major
cities across India will now have to pay Rs 1.25 per litre more for
diesel and Rs 3 per litre more for petrol, as only premium fuels will be
available at all fuel retail outlets in cities.
Bravo Mumbai! Caribbean all-rounder excels with bat and ball to help his team beat Deccan Chargers
Hyderabad, May 17
Mumbai Indians notched up their sixth win on the trot to continue their hunt for a semifinal place after pipping Deccan Chargers by 25 runs in their Indian Premier League encounter here today.
(Details on Sports page)
Silting spells doom for villagers Tarapur Majri (Kurali), May 18
water- harvesting structures constructed in six villages to provide irrigation and agriculture sustainability in the area have proved to be a bane for villagers as the dams have not been desilted since their inception.
The heavily silted dam of Majri village is just another piece of marshy land. Tribune
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